Attack Hot Spots, Crime Experts Advise Police

Print More Police focus on crime “hot spots” is more effective than the “standard model” of policing: “reliance on random patrol, rapid response to calls for service, follow-up investigations by detectives, and unfocused enforcement efforts,” says an exhaustive new study of policing in America. The report cites “widespread adoption of new computer mapping and crime analysis
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